Cultural characteristics of South America, namely the Guyanese
Using the criteria of ethnicity, even in South America is still impossible to describe precisely and specifically its population. South America in their culture is so distinctive ethical and that society was divided into different racial groups. For example, the Guyanese society is divided into each other and the Indo-Guyanese afrogayantsev, so each of them has its own customs, traditions and beliefs, which indicates a significant cultural and physical differences. Such a separation provokes the appearance of an erroneous view that there are two separate Guyana, with different economic, political interests and different backgrounds. While the company migrates en masse around the world, it is difficult to attribute this or that person to a particular race. Thus, all immigrants fell under the dominance of the British system, and their values were not certain where to save miles, among other people.
Due to the departure of Guyanese outside their territories, they began to get used to another language, in this way, more and more losing your conversational features, so most Guyanese today talking pure English. With such policies began to weaken anglicised and cultural aspects, and self promotion inevitably affect the physical differences, especially because of the intermarriage of different races. South America country stereotypes, so different groups of people join together, create small groups of like-minded people in order to transmit and preserve their cultural and spiritual heritage.
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